22 Jun 2010 12:30 PM #1
Features of Sencha Touch
it’s true today that you need to wrap your Sencha Touch application in a native shell (such as PhoneGap) in order to get access to camera or accelerometer.
Also, is it possible to communicate to third-party hardware via the usb ports on phones (such as the HTC Evo?). Is that pretty easy? Are there any tips/tricks that you'd have for doing that?
Can we distribute our apps via the Apple app store and Android app store? Can we provide a place on our servers for users to download our apps easily?
22 Jun 2010 1:42 PM #2
Erm, from what I can tell this is an HTML5/CSS framework, so 1. you'd need a server and 2. it's not a native iPhone app, so you can't submit it to the App Store.Noah
Senior Web Developer
22 Jun 2010 1:54 PM #3
21 Jul 2010 8:02 AM #4
App store approval
I am contemplating building a webapp based on Sencha touch, and then wrapping it with PhoneGap (or something similar) in a native app. shell.
If someone on this forum has done this, I would love to hear about their experience, specially on what are the chances of it getting rejected on the basis of not being a 'real' native app.
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